Tag Archives: New Birth

Entering into Transformation

Spiritual transformation begins in the daily circumstances of seemingly-ordinary lives. At the same time, God also invites us to stretch beyond the comfortable circumference within which many of us live, to serve the needs of those beyond our immediate circles. Continue reading

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Today is the World’s Birthday!

Since waking this morning, a phrase comes repeatedly into my mind: “Today is the World’s Birthday.” Continue reading

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The New Birth

The ten elements of the Quaker spiritual journey which I have been describing in this blog are all elements of that process of spiritual rebirth which the first Quakers courageously witnessed not only in their preaching and writing, but more importantly, in their transformed and transforming lives. Continue reading

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Ten Elements of the Quaker Spiritual Journey

For many summers I lived alone and spent my days reading about early Friends and their times. Summer by summer, I pieced together my own account of the beginning of the Quaker movement. I was fascinated by their collective experience … Continue reading

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